I'm brainstorming an expense for 2013 that will lead to a large (non-refundable) tax credit.Also we got a chunk of one-time income in 2012.So I'm trying to think of ways to clump expenses.- Property taxes. Our city usually produces a bill before the year is over, so I can pay some of the 2013 expenses in 2012.- Charitible contributions. Double up in 2012, skip them in 2013.- We have a rental property. Is it legitimate to ask my tenants to pay for their December 2012 rent after the fact (so postponing that rent until 2013?)= Ask employer if they can defer any bonuses until 2013.- Sell stocks with losses in 2012, sell stocks with gains in 2013.Any other suggestions?Thanks!- Megan
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